Eurovision organizers announced a set of new changes that give more power to voters and let more viewers vote.
Public broadcasters and security experts concluded it's not feasible for the war-torn country to host, organize and produce the event. They're now turning to the U.K., which placed second this year.
Kalush Orchestra's Oleh Psiuk tells NPR that representing Ukraine on the world stage is a huge responsibility. He hopes people will continue to support his country even after Eurovision ends.
Ukrainian folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra will compete in the final round of the competition on Saturday. Their song "Stefania" is about the singer's mom, but has taken on new meaning during the war.